Everybody loves a new idea when it comes to snack food low in points. One of my favorites is the Hostess 100 cal cupcakes - 3 cakes for 1 pt. I know there is nothing healthy about them, but boy they can make me smile. What makes you smile?
For junk food snacks, I like the new Pringles Honey Butter sticks. They are 2 points per pack, and you get quite a few in the pack. Unfortunately, I can't control myself and will eat the entire box, so I can't be left alone with them. I also adore the Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches, but again--I have the same issue.
I do Core, so when I snack, its usually on Core foods, and I don't have to count points for them.
Plus Core foods don't lend themselves easily to bingeing.
OMG....I love, love, love the 100 calorie packs from Honey Maid called Delight Bars in chocolate. They are two points and perfect for satisfying that after dinner sweets craving. But I have to watch that I won't get into trouble with these as I am now on Core. BTW, Core rocks!!
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